Size of "Medium" icons
Boyd Stephen Smith Jr.
bss03 at volumehost.net
Wed May 9 03:52:58 BST 2007
On Monday 07 May 2007, James Richard Tyrer <tyrerj at acm.org> wrote
about 'Size of "Medium" icons':
> When a 128x128 pixel SVG image is
> rendered to 22x22, it is always going to render poorly while with 24x24
> boundaries in the image on a 16 pixel grid will be pixel perfect.
I thought the whole point of SVG what to be resolution independent and
infinitely scalable. To me the whole idea of a 128x128 pixel SVG image sounds
Ignoring that, using 24x24 instead of 22x22 will reduce the amount of
artifacts that occur in an image that is designed to rasterize @ 128x128 but
it won't eliminate them entirely, so some amount of images will have to be
reworked for smaller sizes anyway, right?
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